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    That is beautiful and so fun looking!

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    OK, I'm in. Max size or anything? or is 'scraps' just any "extra" fabric we have left over from other projects?
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    I am planning on doing another mug rug contest in a couple of months so you might keep that in mind if you want to enter anything! An entry has to not have been seen online before entry tho

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    No limits just whereever the spirit leads you!! Surprise us!

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    I am a miniaturist so you won't ever see anything big from me LOL

    When I used to sell to a local gift shop she liked mostly scrappy looks. so most of what I made to sell was scrappy.
    Here are a few of my favorites
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    Quote Originally Posted by cwessel47 View Post
    Are you SURE about the puzzle you posted? I can find lots of the words - but Babylock is giving me some trouble ( actually all of the "B" words but I'm giving up). There is only one "Y" in the puzzle and I am not finding the work I am looking for! A scrap lover's thread will be a wonderful addition. Thanks Rhonda!
    Yes babylock is there. I love word search puzzles. Keep them coming.
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    Ooh pretty, Rhonda! I especially like the last one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LoupEsprit View Post
    Ooh pretty, Rhonda! I especially like the last one!
    The last one makes me think of stained glass

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    sticksnstones a work in progree

    hmmm have to start over......lol this pattern I found in Quilter`s World October 2012...it`s called sticksnstones and was designed by Ann Sheffield. Instead of using 2 1/2 " squares for the stones , i used paper pieced scraps ....used a 3" wide adding machine paper roll to sew my scraps to......this will eventually go to Charisma since it is from one of our trades...most of the scraps are hers.....i have made a few quilts using this method with paper piecing onto the roll....hope this helps
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    You have me intrigued! Can't wait to see some of your WIP.
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    yes, me too! Is it just HSTs set on point, with sashing?
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    This thread may have sparked my interest, I have a lot of 2" strips and would like to find something neat to make with them. I will keep watching to see what is transpiring, I very well may be in. I need a boost to get me going.
    granna of 5

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    love your minis....nice work

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    Holey moley, folks -- I love your ideas. And thanks for mentioning mug rugs -- I think I'll whip up a few tonight for the three holiday pals swap I'm taking part in here and on another forum. I'll post pics tomorrow or when they are finished.

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    yeah ......can`t wait to see, i need ideas to make them.....what size are thy????
    Quote Originally Posted by Belfrybat View Post
    Holey moley, folks -- I love your ideas. And thanks for mentioning mug rugs -- I think I'll whip up a few tonight for the three holiday pals swap I'm taking part in here and on another forum. I'll post pics tomorrow or when they are finished.

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    I took all the scraps leftover from a civil war quilt kit and made a Country Threads mini log cabin quilt. Since it only needed approx. 1 inch wide scraps, it was perfect. Then a friend was throwing out tiny pieces of coordinated fabric so I made a couple of 8 X 10 inch french braid quilts.

    I use a lot of paper piecing when dealing with little scraps to keep me from becoming frustrated.

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    I would love to join! My scraps keep calling me but not sure where they want me to go.

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    Brother is there but I don't see Bernina or Babylock myself. Just a quick scan so far.

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    thanks Rhonda this sounds like fun that I want to follow along with however I'm unable to post pics but am excited to see what everyone is doing

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    love using scraps...count me in...previously posted some scraps/crumbs quilts/ ....not interested in swaps tho as my scraps are very small

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    Yes, I would like to join a scrap block group.
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    I'm in!
    Do I need to sign up?

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    I"m just getting ready to do one of these. I have tons of scraps and trying to find different ways to use them up.


    Quote Originally Posted by Belfrybat View Post
    I'm in. Probably not for the swaps however due to postage. But that might change at some point as well. Thanks for the revised puzzle.
    Here is a quilt method I've been working on. Finished one and am about half-way through another. This is a great way to use up longer strips.
    http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2005/...d-strings.html
    You don't need her fancy rulers to cut into triangles. Missouri Star Quilts has a tutorial to cut using regular square rulers -- just search for "tube quilt".

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    great idea !! thanks for doing this.....
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    I'm in


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    LOL here Rhonda. Just finished this last night. 1" squares individually pieced. Now for a couple of borders and I'm done. FYI 169 different squares.Name:  TATW.jpg
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